Prime Minister Narendra Modi within the 103rd episode of his month-to-month radio broadcast Mann Ki Baat spoke about two US nationals from California who had come for a pilgrimage to the holy Amarnath shrine impressed by the experiences of Swami Vivekananda.
“Individuals from all around the world are coming to our pilgrimages. I got here to learn about two such American associates who got here from California for Amarnath Yatra. They heard in regards to the experiences of Swami Vivekananda associated to Amarnath Yatra. They bought so impressed that they themselves went on Amarnath Yatra. They think about it a blessing of Lord Shiva,” stated PM Modi.
Talking in regards to the world enchantment of Indian pilgrimages, the Prime Minister stated, “This can be a speciality of India, that it accepts everybody and provides one thing or the opposite to everybody.”
Earlier in July, the 2 US nationals described the fantastic thing about enterprise the Amarnath Yatra and stated that they had a dream to come back to the holy shrine and by Bholenath’s grace they’ve come there.
“Swami Vivekananda got here to Amarnath, he had a vital expertise. I’ve recognized of this story for 40 years. It appeared inconceivable and was a dream to come back right here. However by Bholenath’s grace, every little thing got here collectively and right here we’re. We won’t clarify how we really feel,” stated one of many US nationals throughout their pilgrimage.
The Amarnath Yatra-2023 has witnessed a major enhance within the variety of international pilgrims visiting the holy shrine. The pilgrimage’s attract extends past nationwide boundaries, drawing folks from all around the world to partake on this spiritually enriching expertise.
The annual Amarnath Yatra started on July 1. The 62-day pilgrimage will culminate on August 31.
The Mann ki Baat radio programme, which began on October 3, 2014, is a key pillar of the federal government’s citizen-outreach programme addressing a number of social teams similar to ladies, youth, and farmers and has spurred neighborhood motion.
Aside from 22 Indian languages and 29 dialects, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is broadcast in 11 international languages together with French, Chinese language, Indonesian, Tibetan, Burmese, Baluchi, Arabic, Pashtu, Persian, Dari and Swahili. Mann Ki Baat was broadcast by greater than 500 broadcast centres of All India Radio.
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